There is an official Pandora app for Windows Phone, but before that came out, we relied on third party applications like MetroRadio. Metro Pandora, the SDK that third party applications have relied on has just been pulled due to infringement notice from Pandora. The complaint will go undisputed.
Pandora’s DMCA Notice mentions the unauthorized use of their registered trademarks and API. We can’t blame Pandora for protecting their property.
If you love Pandora, you can continue using the official app for Windows Phone. You can download it here from the Windows Phone Store.
What this means for third party app isn't too clear, but we're expecting apps like MetroRadio to remain on the Store unless they too are notified.
Have any thoughts on Pandora's request? Sound off in the comments!
Source: Justin Angel
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